Financial Inclusion

Financial Inclusion Definition

Availing various financial products for use by all segments of the society through the formal channels, with adequate quality and cost while protecting the rights of the consumers of these services, which enables them to manage their finances effectively.

An example of financial products and services:

  • Current Account
  • Saving Account
  • Payment and transfer services
  • Prepaid card
  • Debit
  • Lending and credit (soon)
  • And other different financial products and services

Financial inclusion concerns many segments of society, such as youth and women, the elderly, handicapped, employees, entrepreneurs, self-employed, craftsmen, and even those without work.

Financial inclusion ensures that all these groups find financial products that are suitable for their needs and circumstances, and this leads to improving the standard of living and thus reducing poverty rates and achieving economic growth for individuals and the state.

Important Information & Literacy
  • When you open an account in the bank, you will be able to safely save your money that is guaranteed by the Central Bank
  • Financial inclusion has nothing to do with governmental support, opening an account won’t stop you from receiving government support.
  • The Central Bank Law guarantees you to maintain the confidentiality of your data and not to be disclosed to any other entity or authority.
  • Financial inclusion helps you open a bank account for you or your company without documents other than your ID
Financial Inclusion Withdrawal Limits
  • Daily Maximum Withdrawal : 60K
  • Monthly Maximum Withdrawal : 200K